The thing that makes Marisnick so damn tantalizing is how crazy high his defensive value is. He doesn't have to be a good hitter to be a solid starter, because that certainly feels like a pipe dream, he just has to be a tolerable hitter. If he could maintain an OPS is the high .600's low 700's, he would probably be a 3-4 WAR player. But regardless of how good he is, when he's putting up pitcher like production for months at a time, it's basically impossible to justify him playing much. Hernandez has the arm to handle RF, and he has the plus speed to compensate for some poor reads. The eyeball test is very rarely a good barometer for judging an OF. That's not me saying he's a good OF, just that its's possible he may be solid already. We know for sure Marisnick is (has been) and awful hitter. Ultimately, I would be shocked if Marisnick isn't on the opening day roster. but this may be the year he gets the hook if he can't handle himself in the box.